Naturopathic Medicine

Naturopathic Philosophy

Naturopathic medicine differs from conventional medicine in its philosophy and approach to disease.

There are 6 principles that guide the philosophy of naturopathic medicine.

  1. Do no harm

  2. Treat the cause of disease

  3. Treat the whole person

  4. Healing power of nature

  5. Doctor as teacher

  6. Prevention

By determining the underlying cause of disease and supporting the whole person including physical, mental, and emotional aspects, naturopathic medicine is well suited for addressing chronic illnesses that continue to become evermore prevalent. This approach complements the care that medical doctors provide allowing for an integrative approach to health care that best fulfills each person's needs.


Naturopathic Modalities

Nutritional green foods


Nutritional counselling to optimize healthy eating and address any food sensitivities


Botanical Medicine

Herbal medicines are used in different forms including teas, tinctures, and tablets

Workout Shoes

Lifestyle Counselling

Lifestyle education and empathic counselling geared towards attaining health goals

Injection therapy

IV Nutrient Therapy

Vitamin and mineral infusions allowing for rapid absorption and utilization of nutrients

Nutritional Supplements

Targeted nutrient therapy based on the individual's needs

Acupuncture Session


Based on Traditional Chinese Medicine techniques of balancing energy pathways within the body